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in afghanistan is hitting families in ft. campbell, kentucky, especially hard. she wrote, in part, "as president obama considers how quickly to withdraw the remaining 66,000 american troops from afghanistan, the parents of fort campbell students are still going off to war. fort campbell high school, which has about 700 students and is open to any 9th to 12th grader who lives on the 100,000-acre post along the kentucky-tennessee border, is, by definition, physically and psychologically cut off from the world outside the gates. the students readily call their school a bubble, both comforting and claustrophobic because of the dangers their parents face. if you went to off-post schools, you couldn't exactly talk to a teenager because they wouldn't understand what you're going through, said larissa massie, a 17-year-old senior whose father is home but has had two deployments to iraq." elizabeth, one other paragraph -- the whole piece jumped off the page for me, but one other paragraph, it's actually a quote, really resonated with me and hopefully people will think about it. and it is this. "i talked
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